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Published on Apr 18, 2008
The lyrics of this song are in Quechua which is an ancient language spoken by the Incas and Peruvians. Heart pounding Chirpaq by Reencuentros from Indian's Vision. CD and art images of Native American Indians by J.D. Challenger, Kirby Sattler, and other famous fine art works shown in galleries at firstnation.us and sattlerprint.com
Images are owned by respective artists are are used for nonprofit, educational purposes.
Yesterday I was crying as nobody saw me I cried lonely and I felt pain when I was remembering my poor mother Where is my heart? where are my eyes? They are already sad with me Don't cry with me my eyes cry my heart suffers when I'm remembering my parents